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Microsoft's HoloLens wants to enhance your world with holograms* (*no holograms included)

During the company’s Windows 10 press conference today, Microsoft revealed what it hopes will be its next big innovation: HoloLens.

HoloLens aims to create an augmented reality experience that’s decidedly different from what the… 305 more words

FP Tech Desk

[ARTICLE] Low cost RGB-D vision based system for on-line performance evaluation of motor disabilities rehabilitation at home - Full Text PDF


Physical rehabilitation is an important medical activity sector for the recovery of
physical functions and clinical treatment of people affected by different pathologies:
neurodegenerative diseases (i.e. 230 more words

Video Games/Exergames

[ARTICLE] A Novel Study on Natural Robotic Rehabilitation Exergames using the unaffected Arm of Stroke Patients - Full Text PDF


It is well known that home exercise is as good as rehab center. However, people with severe stroke typically lack the ability to move their affected arm, and hence they need a very special rehabilitation program that usually available in hospitals or professional centers.  185 more words

Upper Extremity

The End of Motion Control

Do you remember this?

The phenomenon that was the Nintendo Wii began nearly a decade ago now, and the original codename – “Revolution” – was fitting. 614 more words


Retail technology trends in 2015 see stores adapting to compete with online shopping

Technology in the field of retail is about to get more interesting and immersive. Most storefront-based bricks and mortar retailers have had to deal with the challenges coming from online retailers which offer discounted products, fast free shipping and easy means to return products they aren’t satisfied with. 436 more words

Tech & You

[WEB SITE] Kinect rehabilitation software - Jintronix

Jintronix in 20 words: Jintronix combines evidence-based treatments, virtual games, and motion tracking sensors to offer a fun and effective tool for physical rehabilitation.

Clinically Designed Exercises… 133 more words

Video Games/Exergames

[WEB SITE] Technology provides a fun boost for stroke recovery

STROKE victims could look forward to faster and more complete recoveries – and have some fun as they do it – with new technology on trial in Launceston. 279 more words